|Improved Git support [message #1761259]
||Tue, 09 May 2017 12:07
| Georgi Pavlov
Registered: October 2014
Currently, the Git support is rudimentary at best. |
# There's no telling what's the diff between your workspace projects and their git repos so often we are forced to blindly commit and push "just in case".
# You can't pickup what exactly you want to add to commit.
# There is no support for multiple accounts (applicable for different repos and possibly different github deployments)
Git as project repo
# The project structure mandates specific github repo structure that is not coherent with how the folder structure when you export a project from git - source of confusion (project.json could be used instead)
# Release management is kind of overkill for multiple projects (you need to create manually tags for each, then update their project jsons manually and push these changes). We should aid the release task and make it a one-click job.
We need something significantly more developed support for SCM (Git) to be truly efficient without leaving the designtime. Currently this is source for a lot of waste.
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